WhatsApp gets a bunch of new updates for both mobile and web users

WhatsApp get Updated today with new features like latest animated stickers, QR codes, and improvements to group video calls for more than 2 billion users globally. Additionally, WhatsApp Web is finally receiving Dark Mode.

WhatsApp QR Code

QR codes will be familiar to you if you use the web app or apps on Windows, Mac, or a platform like Facebook Portal. You’ll be able to use a QR code to add someone new to your contacts. You’ll be able to scan their code to add them to your phone.

“We are making it easier than ever to add new contact. Soon when you meet someone new, you will be able to scan their QR code to add them to your contacts. No more tapping in their digits one at a time,” the company added.

Animated Stickers

The new animated sticker packs will enhance the stickers already available on the platform. Facebook owned app is making its platform even more dramatic for those who prefer using stickers to communicate.

Video call

Facebook owned app added a video icon in groups with up to eight members. By tapping on the video icon, users will be able to start a group video call directly will all the eight members instead of individually adding them.

Whatsapp web video call learn how
Whatsapp web video call learn how

Earlier the messaging app spews out an error message that reads, “Several people are using an old version of WhatsApp. To start calls with six people (any number over 4), and recently the provision to add 8 for whats app video call was added.”

With the addition of more participants support, WhatsApp is looking to take on other video calling apps like Zoom and Google Meet.

Dark Mode feature

Dark Mode is now coming to the web app and, because of the desktop app on Windows and Mac, also based on the web app, you’ll be able to get dark mode on them, too. Whatsapp web officially made available for PCs through a web client. The dark mode has emerged as the most demanded feature among WhatsApp users globally.

The new features will be rolling out over the next couple of weeks, says the Facebook-owned app.

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